by Lillian Csernica on April 27, 2017
Beautiful glitter Art Nouveau waterfall pendant by Georges Fouquet. It is made in yellow gold, with small diamond accents and enamel with a baroque pearl drop.
Louis Comfort Tiffany, Landscape with Waterfall. Stained glass,1920,art nouveau, teaching,education,analysis and study of the picture and style,art,culture,painting.
Four tier Waterfall Chandelier by Hector Guimard, early 1900s.
Art nouveau fountain, Paris France.
The Waterfall Tiara created by Chaumet in 1899. Elements fashioned to imitate sprays of water, set with diamonds, support pear-shaped diamonds with tremble with every movement. Most likely a silver wedding anniversary gift from the Grand Duke Vladimir to the grand duchess.
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by Lillian Csernica on April 21, 2017
14k pearl and large cabochon moonstone ring. 1915, Brandt and Son.
A bee/wasp ring. Plique-a-jour enamel, diamond, and peridot.
Rose quartz cabochon set in sterling silver leaves. This ring is very unusual in that rose quartz is an uncommon stone in art nouveau jewelry.
From Lang Antiques:
“A placid pale-blue elongated oval aquamarine floats inside a fanciful and feminine openwork frame accented with twinkling diamond crescents and a pair of golden flowers. This extra-lovely and highly individualistic jewel measures 1 1/16 inches long by just over 5/8 inch wide.”
Egyptian Revival subset of art nouveau. 18k yellow gold, polychrome enamel, opal and rose-cut diamonds.
Georges Fouquet. Gold, enamel, opal, and pearl.
A gold and enamel “Fuschia” ring by Rene Lalique.
by Lillian Csernica on April 17, 2017
Today I present to you the masters of the exquisite treasures produced during the Art Nouveau/Jugendstil movement.
Peter Carl Faberge (Russia)
Georges Fouquet (France)
Emile Galle (France)
Rene Lalique (France)
Archibald Knox (England)
Gustav Klimt (Austria)
Sir Arthur Liberty (England)
(No photo of Carl Hermann found)
Carl Hermann (Germany)
Alphonse Mucha (Czech Republic)
Louis Comfort Tiffany (United States)
Philippe Wolfers (Belgium)
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